It always makes me laugh to see a double toilet and I know of two classics in Montreal (the other one being in the ladies room at Candi Bar).
Here at this popular live music venue, Cafe Resonance, you can bring all the support you need as you go about your business.
Here at La Graine Brûlée in Montreal’s Gay Village there are actually signs on the restroom doors warning people with epilepsy to see staff at the counter before going inside! The strobe lighting is on point inside their artful, dimly lit stalls.
On an unassuming corner in Toronto’s inner-east lies the very charming Gale’s Snack Bar. Step inside the building and you’re transported back to the 70’s, both in terms of the furnishings and the prices – you can eat a substantial meal here for less than a fiver! And it’s great to see that along with vintage decor also comes a vintage restroom 😎🚽
Also check out their vintage paper towel dispenser, I’ve never seen anything like this before:
And here’s what I mean by eating for less than a fiver:
The very charming atmosphere cafe + etc in Guelph has 5 themed restrooms, one each for fire 🔥, earth 🌏, metal ⚙️, wood 🌳 and water 💧
Lines on the WC walls at Offsite, a funky cafe/boutique/gallery in Toronto’s inner-west
The toilet at Page One Cafe has a very important plea. He just can’t handle it right now
Here’s some other wise words from the walls of Page One:
At least the Peeping Tom at the Drake Cafe is looking slightly away
Colourful fabric in the washroom walls of Schwarzes Café, a 24 hour diner on Berlin’s west side
Named a finalist in this year’s America’s Best Restroom contest, I simply had to pay a visit to Baltimore ice creamery The Charmery to see its colourful aquatic-themed toilet for myself.
While I was there I tried a scoop of their goat cheese honey walnut – good stuff